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running into the san francisco oakland bay bridge. the 752-foot long ship collided with one of the towers on monday. the ship then parked near alcatraz island to be checked out. it was not carrying any oil as cargo. no one was hurt. no reports of fuel leagues. >>> a new wedding party and couple was in this balloon when it made a hard landing after the couple took their vows in the air. part of the balloon covered a house. 14 people were on board. one person was taken to the hospital with a minor injury. >>> the battle between two story ed college football teams turned into a blowout. the tide rolled 42-14 for their third bcs title in four years. carlos diaz from hln sports covered the games. i guess california can use the word "dynasty" safely now. >> reporter: yep, i think they can, yep, we just confirmed alabama scored again so they just keep scoring and they can't stop. but yes, they had use that word "dynasty" in the biggest way after the 42-14 drubbing of notre dame, third title in the last four years, they've won back-to-back national championship games. head coach nick sabin doesn'
on the phone with marcus tuiasosopo, a former quarterback for the oakland raiders and the new york jets, marcus said he's a distant cousin of ronaiah tuiasosopo, marcus said he didn't want to tape an interview. he said he can't say anything about this story and doesn't know him well, but marcus did say that he and his family know the te'o family. who is the woman depicted in social media photos as manti te'o's girlfriend? a woman we contacted whose name we are not airing said her picture had been used for a fake facebook page for te'o's girlfriend. she said she's shocked to know he might be involved. brian todd, cnn, washington. >> wow. we'll keep you posted. just unbelievable. >>> the interview that everyone's talking about today, and the lance armstrong confession is the topic of our "talk back" question. >> i made my decisions. they are my mistake. and i am sitting here today to acknowledge that and to say i'm sorry for that. >> "talk back" question, what did you take away from the armstrong interview? facebook.com/carolcnn, or tweet me @carolcnn. stress sweat. it can happen any time, to any
tuiasosopo, a former quarterback for the oakland raiders and new york jets. he said he's a distant cousin of ronaiah tuiasosopo. marcus didn't want to tape an interview. he said he can't say anything about this story, doesn't know ronaiah well, but marcus did say that he and his family know the te'o family. who is the woman depicted in social media photos as manti te'o's girlfriend? a woman we contacted, whose name we're not airing, says she realized her picture had been used for a fake facebook page for te'o's girlfriend. the woman told cnn she knows ronaiah tuiasosopo through church, but says she is shocked to know he might be involved. brian todd, cnn, washington. >>> want to get you back to the breaking story here as we're talking about really someone who seems to have fallen from grace, former mayor of new orleans, ray nagin here, as we have learned. this indictment has been handed down, 21, 21 federal corruption counts handed down today from this grand jury. i want to bring in victor blackwell. i know indictment is fresh off the printer as you have been parsing through it, just a li
to put it in perspective. similar to deporting each and everyone in cities like omaha, nebraska, oakland, california. let me also talk about somebody that a lot of people don't really know much about, and the reality is that according to the pew hispanic center the net migration from mexico to the united states has reached zero. between 200 aand 2010, 1.4 million immigrants arrived but 1.4 million or more left which again, talks about the fact that net migration from mexico to the united states is zero. what i would like to do now, suzanne, is play some sound from a couple of very young immigrant whose were brought to this country when they were very young and are hoping for a final solution to the problem of immigration in this country. let's take a listen. >> i didn't have a choice to come here. but i have done nothing bad here. >> reporter: sisters were toddlers when they were brought to the country by their parents. >> i went to school here. i grew up here. i don't -- my whole life is here. i would consider myself i u.s. citizen, but i'm not. >> finally, one fact that a lot of people
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